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A simple mechanism for controlling vortex breakdown in a closed flow

Cabeza, C.; Sarasua, Gustavo; Marti, Arturo C.; Bove, Italo;
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  • Published: 27 Dec 2005
Comment: 11 pages, 10 eps figures, the paper has been completely rewritten
free text keywords: Physics - Fluid Dynamics
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Fig. 10 Vortex breakdown for H/R = 2.5 and Re=2260. (a) without axial rod; (b) for d = 5 mm; (c) for d = 10 mm.

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